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1940s Silverplate Tea Set, 7 Pcs.

Erin Fetherston

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1940s Silverplate Tea Set, 7 Pcs.
1940s Silverplate Tea Set, 7 Pcs.
1940s Silverplate Tea Set, 7 Pcs.
1940s Silverplate Tea Set, 7 Pcs.

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Product Information

Made of:

silver

Dimensions:

3.5''H x 2.5''Dia; teakettle, 5"H x 3"Dia

Color/finish:

silver

Damages:

discoloration

Why We Love This

B. Wiskemann silverplate tea set; includes six miniature tea goblets and one teakettle.

Why We Love This

B. Wiskemann silverplate tea set; includes six miniature tea goblets and one teakettle.

About Erin Fetherston

Since she presented her first eponymous label during the Paris haute couture shows in 2005, award-winning ERIN designer Erin Fetherston became known for signature feminine, whimsical sensibility--not to mention a die-hard following of press and celebs. When she moved from San Francisco to NYC in 2007, she brought her eclectic aesthetic with her, filling her gorgeous Tribeca loft with marble statues, comfy couches from ABC Home, and a rose-strewn chandelier.